Flame and the Rebel Riders (Pony Club Secrets, Book 9)

Flame and the Rebel Riders (Pony Club Secrets, Book 9)

Stacy Gregg

Language: English

Pages: 240

ISBN: 000729929X

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

The ninth exciting adventure in this popular pony club series - now with a new, commercial cover look! With showjumping contests to win, rivals to defeat, mysteries to solve and ponies in danger to save – these books are perfect for all girls who love ponies.

Issie takes a summer job at Ginty McLintoch’s prestigious showjumping stables where she meets a talented chestnut pony called Flame. Issie must try to keep her head in the glamorous commercial world of showjumping and will face decisions that could change her life forever…

Tempers will flare – may the best rider win!

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putting in a short stride before leaping like a startled fawn. It was an ungainly and ugly jump, but she went high in the air, clearing the fence with a huge bound. This time, there was no sound. Tokyo had cleared the raised rail with almost half a metre to spare. “There!” Ginty said brightly. “You see? It didn’t take long for her to learn the lesson, did it?” Issie knew the jump hadn’t been stylish or pleasant, and she felt awful about using the whip. But she had to admit that Ginty had got

knew they’d be doing lots of showjumping. Her other horse, Blaze, was a good jumper too, but was really best at dressage. The chestnut Anglo-Arab mare had once belonged to the famed El Caballo Danza Magnifico riding school in Spain, and Blaze’s son, Issie’s beloved colt Nightstorm, was there right now, about to begin his dressage training, just as his mother had done before him. Comet, on the other hand, was no dressage horse. He got bored schooling — and let Issie know it by doing a cheerful

Danza Magnifico, so it was just a matter of pressing the right buttons and the mare would break out the most magnificent dressage paces. Issie had been riding for nearly an hour and was just finishing up with some trot serpentines when she realised that there was a figure standing beside the arena, watching her. Startled, she pulled Blaze up to a halt. “Don’t stop on my account!” the woman called out. “I was quite happy watching you. I’ve been here for ages. She’s a beautiful mare, isn’t she?”

restraining him, and without even thinking about it, Issie fought back. “Have patience,” Avery called out to her. “Stop trying to look for the stride. Let the jump come to you.” But Issie still wasn’t listening. Her hands gripped tighter on the reins as the gelding fought her even more and then suddenly it was just like the old days at Ginty’s stables—Flame racing at the fence with his head in the air and Issie hauling on the reins. In front of the jump Issie threw the reins at him and Flame

trigger, ready to go totally berserk! Trying to keep control, Issie tightened her grip on the reins. But it was like trying to hold back an elephant. Flame ignored her hands, surging forward and bolting at the first jump in a mad panic. Issie had no choice but to try and stay onboard as Flame leapt from too far out and bashed the top rail as he flew the fence, whacking it hard with both hind legs. “Stop it, Flame!” Issie shouted angrily at him as she tried to wrestle the gelding back under

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